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Graphics Card Cooler

Caporegime
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I think this may fit it according to the list of cards, unless the x1650 is not part of the x1600 series, if so then thats an excellent cooler to get, id await for more opinions though as im not 100%. :)

EDIT:

This definately fits.
 
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I just got that Zalman, very nice, super quite, and really sucks heat away from my ati 1950, even on a full pelt 3d game it doesn't get much hotter than 50,
and within seconds of going back to the desktop it cruises at 40.

Should be fine with your 1650.
 
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Ah I didn't see the Arctic Cooling one it looks very nice... but since it's summer, I don't trust fanless coolers, and such that draw cool air from outside (like the stock fan boasts).

I can't find their 'Turbo Module' on overclockers, am I just an idiot looking in the wrong places? 'Cause I've gone through all the fans in the cooling section, and can't find it. :S
 
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but since it's summer, I don't trust fanless coolers

you live in england correct? it isnt a hot enough summer to matter, but i got the s1 version of accelero for my x1900 to replace the stock cooling fan, and changing to fanless has seen a drop of 20-30 degrees and a complete removal of any sound, so i definitely trust fanless coolers.
 
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